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Our every day is filled with events and meetings . Each day, we analyze the huge flow of information , make decisions. Our lives are filled with concerns about children and parents , family, school and work , and even a number of different concerns. So we live today , because our ancestors lived and will live our descendants . In this stream of life in the way each of us is always the question : "How do the right thing ? ", " Why did this happen ? ", "What to do next ? " And many other similar questions.

The purpose of the contents of this section of the website is to help to see the Christ of our everyday life, to see Him actually standing there and ready to bear all of our problems if we just agree to open the door of our heart.

Hear the voice of Christ , the gospel , the sounding of the pages of the Gospel, to respond to the voice and follow Him with joy, as did those of a host of saints of the Orthodox Church, to help their preaching and teaching.

To see that the way to Christ is available to any person in any circumstances allow the preaching and teaching is not glorified in the face of sacred pastors and teachers, many of whom now live with us .





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Monday January 21, 2019 / January 8, 2019

35th Week after Pentecost. Tone one.

St. George the Chozebite, abbot (7th c.) and St. Emilian Bishop of Cyzicus (9th c.). Venerable Domnica of Constantinople (395). Venerable Gregory, wonderworker of the Kiev Caves (1093). Venerable Gregory, hermit of the Kiev Caves (14th c.). Hieromartyr Isidore and 72 companions at Yuriev (Dorpats) in Estonia, slain by the Latins in 1472. New Hieromartyr Victor priest (1937). New Hieromartyrs Demetrius, Vladimir priests, Paphnutius, Martyr Michael (1938). New Hieromartyr Basil priest (1939). Martyr John (1940). St. Michael confessor, priest (1941). Venerable Paisius of Uglich (1504). Hieromartyr Carterius of Caesarea in Cappadocia (304). Martyrs Theophilus the Deacon and Helladius in Libya (4th c.). Martyrs Julian and his wife Basilissa, and with them Marcionilla and her son Celsus, Anthony, Anastasius, seven children, and twenty soldiers, at Antinoe in Egypt (313). Venerable Elias the Hermit of Egypt (4th c.). Martyr Abo the Perfumer of Baghdad, who suffered at Tbilisi, Georgia (786) (Georgia). Sts. Atticus (425) and Cyrus (714), patriarchs of Constantinople. Venerable Agatho of Egypt, monk (4th c.) Holy Virgin Gudula of Brussels (659) (Celtic & British). St. Gregory of Ochrid, bishop of Moesia (1012) (Bulgaria). St. Severinus, apostle of Noricum, Austria (482). St. Theodore of Constantinople (595). St. Erhard, bishop of Regensburg (Bavaria) (700). St. Emilian the Confessor, bishop of Cyzicus (9th c.). St. Macarius (Macres) of Vatopedi, Mt. Athos (1431). St. Severin, bishop of Cologne (397). St. Nathalan of Aberdeenshire. St. Pega, hermitess, of Peakirk. St. Wulsin, bishop of Sherborne.
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